Mum stunned by extent of injuries caused to son


GEORGE TOWN: News that her son could have been sodomised has “destroyed” D. Shanti, 43, a single parent to assault victim T. Nhaveen and his younger sister, who is still schooling.

“She feels that it was humiliating and she is worried how Nhaveen could face the world if he recovers,” said Nhaveen’s uncle M. Vincent.

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